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May
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comment Did Adam and Eve not have sex in the Garden of Eden?
@Vector ^^^^^^^
May
25
comment Did Adam and Eve not have sex in the Garden of Eden?
$Vector most of the events in Gen 1-11 are implausible to some degree if taken as a literal historical narrative.That doesn't necessarily mean they aren't literally true in the historical sense, but it may mean that reading them like that we are mistaking the genre and therefore the message.
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
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awarded  Deputy
May
10
reviewed Leave Open Would it have mattered if God cursed Adam and Eve if they had eaten from the tree of life?
May
7
awarded  Notable Question
May
5
comment 1 Tim 2:12: What about a woman prophesying with authority over a man?
It might be helpful to quote the 1 Tim passage in full if that is where this question starts, but what would be most helpful for clarity's sake would be to re-phrase to make the question clearer - I'm not currently sure exactly what you are asking.
Apr
25
comment Where is the 'Arabia' that Paul went to?
Thanks, I appreciate the feedback which is very interesting. Do you think it's an important enough issue to incorporate into your answer in some way? I'm happy to try editing your map to show Damascus if you think that would help.
Apr
25
comment Where is the 'Arabia' that Paul went to?
Thanks. What I'm slightly confused about then is the phrase "...I went away into Arabia, and returned again to Damascus..." - doesn't that imply that Damascus is not in Arabia? Or does Paul mean something like "...I went away into the heart of Arabia..."
Apr
25
reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between hope and faith?
Apr
25
reviewed Reviewed Why did God allow satan to take lives just to prove that Job is loyal?
Apr
25
reviewed Reject How should we understand “he cannot sin” in 1 John 3:9?
Apr
25
comment Where is the 'Arabia' that Paul went to?
Where is Damascus on your map?
Apr
25
revised Where is the 'Arabia' that Paul went to?
as this question has a useful answer that has been accepted by the OP, it'd be nice to get it into a state that could be re-opened.
Apr
21
comment What is the structure of the 'foundations' of the city wall in Revelation 21?
I've made an edit - have I made the question clearer that I am interested in the actual structure of the literal walls/foundations that the passage alludes to?
Apr
21
revised What is the structure of the 'foundations' of the city wall in Revelation 21?
tried to clarify at Jonathans prompting
Apr
21
comment What is the structure of the 'foundations' of the city wall in Revelation 21?
Whether you read the text as literal or symbolic, the question is still about literal foundations - there needs to be something concrete to base a metaphor on. Based on Isaiah 28:16 I'm guessing foundations were usually large stones, either brought in and dropped in a hole, or just discovered by digging down, but I'd like to know if we have archeological or literary evidence to support a theory.
Apr
21
revised Who are the two “Lords” in Acts 2:34?
edited to correspond to the edited question
Apr
19
reviewed Close What are the arguments for and against Johannine Comma?
Apr
19
asked What is the structure of the 'foundations' of the city wall in Revelation 21?